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Hi Scott. Did you measure between the black/yellow and black on the stator? When you did these tests, did you disconnect the stator from the switchbox first?
When it come to resistance measurments you would need to disconnect and isolate the components first. So If you are going to measure the stator and trigger outputs, you must disconnect them from the switchbox first. Does that make sense?
Do you want to re-check everything with the components disconnected and get back to me?
Okay let me know what happens.
Is there a reason you need to pull the flywheel off? Did the stator or trigger test bad?
What you want to do is follow the wires that come out from underneath of the flywheel, they will run to the switchbox. Disconnect the stator and trigger wires from the flywheel and meausure their resistances again. If either the stator or trigger fails their resistance test, replace that part. If they both pass, replace the switchbox. Does that make sense?
I can't see much in your pictures. Do you have a black with a yellow strip wire coming out from under the flywheel, or no?
Good morning, just checking in. How are you making out?
Can you take a couple of pictures of the engine from far out and from a few different angles so I can see exactly what this is. You said it was a 9.9 horsepower but when I run the serial number you gave me it comes up a 25.
Any luck with a few pictures?